#1 Pilot
#2 The Gettysburg Virus
#3 Come Again?
#4 Vows
#5 Doppelganger 1
#6 Doppelganger 2
#7 Shadow Play
#8 As Time Goes By
#9 Sleepers
#10 HAARP Attack
#11 Last Card Up
#12 Last Breath
#13 Parkergeist
#14 Daddy's Girl
#15 There's Something About Olga
#16 A Dish Best Served Cold
#17 Vegas Heist
#18 EBEs
#19 Walter
#20 Lifeboat

* For the Children
** Act of God

Executive producer Christopher Crowe

Consulting producer Alfonse Ruggiero Jr., Supervising producer John McPherson, Produced by Chip Scott Laughlin, Supervising producer Thomas Ropelewski, Co-executive producer James Crocker

#1 Pilot: Aired Wednesday, October 7, 1998

In this two-hour series premiere, Parker is chosen for the Backstep program and has to go back in time to prevent a bombing at the White House that kills the president and the vice-president.

Teleplay by Christopher Crowe, Story by Christopher Crowe & Zachary Crowe, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Sam Whipple, Jenna Lyn Ward, Peter J. Lucas, Bridget Ann White, Katherine Cannon, and Alan Scarfe as Talmadge

#2 The Gettysburg Virus: Aired Wednesday, October 14, 1998

Parker goes back in time to find the origin of the virus that is killing the world's population.

Teleplay by Harry Cason, Story by Harry Cason and Stephen Beck, Directed by Vern Gillum
Guest starring Garret Dillahunt, Thomas Kopache, Bruce Wright, Jerome Butler, Charley Lang.

#3 Come Again?: Aired Wednesday, October 21, 1998

A time-loop malfunction causes Parker and Olga to repeat the same mission over and over.

Written by Evan Katz, Directed by Aaron Lipstadt
Guest starring Kirk Baltz, Tracy Fraim, Michael McCrane

#4 Vows: Aired Wednesday, October 28, 1998

Parker's mission to prevent a bombing on Washington's Embassy Row results in the death of his ex-wife's fiance. He convinces everyone to let him go back and do it all over again so that he can prevent this death.

Written by Thomas Ropelewski, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Jenna Lyn Ward, John Allen Nelson, Rick Cramer, Jerome Butler, Charley Lang.

#5 Doppelganger Part 1: Aired Wednesday, November 4, 1998

Parker tries to stop a nuclear explosion in California that's the result of China invading Taiwan, but ends up creating himself an evil twin.

Written by James Crocker, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Brian Thompson, J. Kenneth Campbell, Wayne Duvall, Dale Dye, Holmes Osborne, and Tom Amandes as General Wayne Starker.

#6 Doppelganger Part 2: Aired Wednesday, November 11, 1998

Parker battles his evil twin to keep General Starker from taking over the United States government. His evil twin kills him, then travels back into the past and re-creates Parker, who then kills his twin.

Written by James Crocker, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Brian Thompson, J. Kenneth Campbell, George Kee Cheung, Holmes Osborne, and Tom Amandes as General Wayne Starker.

#7 Shadow Play: Aired Wednesday, November 18, 1998

Parker's mission to prevent a terrorist bombing backfires after he kidnaps the suspected bomber.

Written by B.B. Smickers, Directed by David Livingston
Guest Starring Gina Philips, Nicolas Surovy, James Morrison, John Christy Ewing, Jerome Butler, Charley Lang.

#8 As Time Goes By: Aired Wednesday, November 25, 1998

Olga's long-presumed-dead husband (Ravil Isyanov) reappears and is invited to join the Backstep team, but Parker and Ramsey are suspicious of him.

Written by Tim Finch and Tamara Shaw, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Ravil Isyanov, Ned Romero. Co-starring Charley Lang as MIB #1, Jerome Butler as MIB #2, Stacey Stone as NNI Operator.

#9 Sleepers: Aired Wednesday, December 16, 1998

A man, Dr. Lee, from Donovan and Parker's past has returned to reap the benefits of his experiments from many years ago. When Donovan assassinates a scientist and commits suicide, Parker goes back in time to save his best friend's life, and ends up Dr. Lee's new target.

Written by Gannon Kenney, Directed by Charles Picerni, Sr.
Guest starring Soon-Tek Oh, Wade Andrew Williams, Tucker Smallwood, Lillian Lehman
Co-starring Teddy Lane, Jr. as Torres, Joesph Lindgren as Dr. Sonsky. Featuring Brittney Lee Harvey as Kimmy Golden, Patrick McTavish as Robbie Golden, Leslie Riley as Ann Golden, Alexander Polinsky as Creepy Kid, Jennifer A. Evans as Reservation Clerk, Patrick Skelton as Vice President, Paul Ricerni as Speaker, Richard Voigis as Dr. Cobert, Michael Fachetti as FBI Agent.

#10 HAARP Attack: Aired Wednesday, January 27, 1999

Terrorists take hold of a critical command center in Alaska and trick the U.S. Air Force into attacking its own Army base.

Written by Paulette Polinski, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Ben Murphy, Tim Griffin, Jay Morran

#11 Last Card Up: Aired Wednesday, February 3, 1999

Parker tries to change the outcome of a deadly stand-off between federal agents and a religious cult.

Written by Lyn Freeman, Directed by Charles Picerni Jr.
Guest starring Craig Wasson, Michael Harris, Jessalyn Gilsig, Simon Billig
Co-starring Ahmad Stoner as Timothy, Miracle Vincent as Jenny. Featuring Troy Blendell as Technician, Dave Clark as Anchorperson, Mary Major as Field Anchor, Pattie Tierce as Dew Drop Waitress, Clynell Jackson III as Officer, Don Heri as Isaac, Sandy Mulvihill as Kim, Thia Stephan as Tina McCann, William Martin Brennan as Michael McCann, Debra Snell as Riva Daniels.

#12 Last Breath: Aired Wednesday, February 10, 1999

A Russian submarine has an accident in American waters and rises to the surface spewing nuclear contamination everywhere. Parker must backstep into deep waters, and control the mutiny started by the political officer on board the submarine in order to keep it from surfacing until an American rescue ship can get to it.

Story by John McPherson & Howard Salus, Teleplay by Peter Farriday, Directed by John McPherson.
Guest starring Marco Hofschneider, Alastair Duncan, Ravil Isyanov, Tom Jourden.
Co-starring Nina Tolshinsky as Katerina Federov, Heinrich James as Capt. Lt. Tomko, George Tasudis as Iversen, Leonid Citer as Sr. Officer Zhiglev, Lawrence Lowe as Technician.

#13 Parkergeist: Aired Wednesday, February 24, 1999

Parker goes back to save the government's newest weapon in the war on drugs after the device is destroyed by a drug lord tipped off by a government insider.

Written by Peter Farriday, Directed by David Livingston
Guest starring Michael Harney, Earl Billings, Henri Lubatti, Eddie Velez.
Co-starring James Dalesandro as Cordova, Curtis Peck as Soldier, Matt McKenzie as Dr. Chapel, Michael haywood Norris as Stan, Nancy Sullivan as CZN Anchor.

#14 Daddy's Girl: Aired Wednesday, March 3, 1999

The vice-president of the United States commits suicide after his illegitimate daughter is killed in a bungled rescue mission in Bosnia. Parker steps back in time to take over the rescue mission and prevent the death of the vice-president and his daughter.

Written by Harry Cason, Directed by Don Kurt
Guest starring Raymond Cruz, Kieran Mulroney, Gary Dourdan, Alexandra Hedison, Todd Kimsey, Holmes Osborne, Tim Halligan.
Co-starring Michael G. Kelley as Capt. Scott DeWitt, Anthony Holiday as Jonathan Adams, Zoran Radanovich as Serbian Civilian Guard #1, Timo Flloko as Serbian Civilian Guard #2, Jorgo Ognenovski as Serbian Soldier, Brano Goluza as Serbian Interrogator, Leo Savage as Serbian Sentry #1, Robert Forrest as Serbian Sentry #2.
#15 There's Something About Olga: Aired Wednesday, March 31, 1999

The Russians find a woman in an insane asylum that looks exactly like Olga, and they train her to take Olga's place and steal the formula for the Backstep program. Unfortunately, this unstable woman believes Parker to be exactly like her ex-husband that she killed, and she kidnaps him and holds him hostage. After Ramsey dies attempting to save Parker, and Olga has been killed by her captors, Parker must backstep to catch Olga's impersonator in time.

Written by Tim Finch & Tamara Shaw, Directed by Jeannot Szwarc
Guest starring Levani, Christopher Neame, Vladimir Skomarovsky, Charley Lang, Jerome Butler
Co-starring Christopher Carroll as Beketov, Lanier Edwards as Mistu, Jimmy Villarreal as NNL technician, Kerry Catanese as Nurse

#16 A Dish Best Served Cold: Aired Wednesday, April 21, 1999

A downed pilot, thought to be dead, re-emerges to find the man he holds responsible for his failure.

Written by Stephen Beck, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring Jeff Kober, Kelsey Mulrooney
Co-starring Aki Aleong as Shaman, Jordan Marder as Cigar Biker, David deSantos as Biker #1, E.J. Callahan as Hayseed, Lauren Summers as Friend, Matt Corboy as Waiter, J.C. Murad as Perimeter Guard, John Marzilli as Guard #1, Ajgie Kirkland as Guard #2

#17 Vegas Heist: Aired Wednesday, May 5, 1999

A man who once saved Parker's life dies in an attempt to rob a casino, and a huge explosion during the same robbery kills hundreds of people in Las Vegas. Parker goes back in time, but instead of preventing the robbery, he tries to make it happen without the unecessary deaths.

Written by Dan York, Directed by Kenneth Johnson
Guest starring Charles Malik Whitfield, Ntare Mwine, John Toles-Bey, ?, ?.

#18 EBEs: Aired Wednesday, May 12, 1999

Parker thinks he's discovered Mentnor covering up an alien conspiracy, but the "aliens" turn out to be deformed children born after contamination by time-travel fuel.

Co-starring Jennifer Parsons as Jessie Beechum, Bobby Edner as Vince Collins, Michael Bailey Smith as Brenneman, Lanier Edwards as NNL Guard.

#19 Walter: Aired Wednesday, May 19, 1999

Parker is sent back in time to assassinate a code-breaker who is responsible for the deaths of 20 CIA agents, but he cannot complete his assignment when he realizes that his target is an innocent and endearing autistic savant.

Written by Harry Cason & Stephen Beck, Directed by Charles Correll
Guest starring Benjamin Ratner, Tamlyn Tomita, Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa, Charley Lang, Jerome Butler
Co-starring Michael K. Lee as simon, Ursula Brooks as Charlotte, Cody McMains as Boy on Bike, Cathrine Grace as Waitress, Richard Blade as Clerk, Peg Stewart as Mother Superior.
"Lions and tigers and bears, oh my."

#20 Lifeboat: Aired Wednesday, May 26, 1999

Parker discovers a secret lab with remnants of the Roswell, N.M. crash site, including an alien hooked up to life support.

Written by Thomas Ropelewski, Directed by John McPherson
Guest starring John Posey, Charley Lang, Jerome Butler
Co-starring Jeffrey Hutchinson as Crew Member, Michael Bailey Smith as Brenneman, Michael Forest as General Lagerfield.

* For the Children: Supposed to air spring, 1999

This episode was pulled from the first season due to the shooting in Littleton, Colorado. It actually aired on October 20th, 1999, and has been included in the second season episode guide.

** Act of God: Supposed to air spring, 1999

After a terrible plane crash is determined to be just another accident, a jump back in time is canceled and Parker decides to quit the program in disgust.

This episode was pulled from the first season due to similarities to current events. No word yet, as to when or if it will air.